Michael Seabolt

City: Dayton, Ohio
University: Kent State University Trumbull Campus

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US History Mid Term Exam

Albany Plan of Union plan proposed by Benjamin Franklin in 1754 that aimed to unite the 13 colonies for trade, military, and other purposes; the plan was turned down by the colonies and the Crown Bacon’s Rebellion Rebellion of discontent former landless servants led by Nathaniel Bacon. Though the rebellion was crushed, it caused a […]

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AP US

Aaron Burr Served as third vice-president of the United States under Thomas Jefferson. His actions of not being active throughout the Election to obtain votes ultimately led to Jefferson distrusting him, and Jefferson shut him out of political, and party matters. After Jefferson dropped Burr from his ticket in 1804, and was embarressed by Hamilton, […]

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History 17A

reciprocity A situation in which two parties provide the same help or advantages to each other (for example, Producer A living in State A can transact business as a nonresident in State B if State B’s resident producers can transact business in State A). stewardship God’s entrusting of the earth’s natural resources to mankind in […]

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AP World History Chapter 29 Terms

Interwar period The 1920s and 1930s, shaped by the results of World War I. Alexander Kerensky Leader of the provisional government in Russia after the fall of the tsar; kept Russia in World War I and resisted major reforms; overthrown by Bolsheviks at the end of 1917. Chiang Kai-shek Successor to Sun as leader of […]

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5.3

Common clinical findings in patients with obstructive lung disease include all of the following, EXCEPT: A. pursed-lip breathing. B. chronic air trapping in the lungs. C. a decreased expiratory phase. D. abdominal muscle use. C. a decreased expiratory phase. Pneumonitis is especially common in older patients with: A. a history of a stroke. B. frequent […]

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Chapter 16 AP World History Vocab

Charlemagne Ruler of the Western European empire. Received an albino elephant from Harun al-Rashid. Grandson of Charles Martel, he fought Muslims in a fruitless campaign to restore Christian rule in Northern Spain. He temporarily reestablished centralized imperial rule in a society disrupted by invasion and power ploys from local rulers. Carolingian empire was built largely […]

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SCIN100 — Chapter 12

In the early history of the earth, the solid surface of the earth weathered more rapidly than now because ________. the early rain was very acidic Why is the molten metallic outer core and the magnetic field important to life on Earth? If we did not have the molten core and the magnetic field, we […]

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APUSH: America’s History-Ch 2 Terms

chattel slavery A system of bondage in which a slave has the legal status of property and so can be bought and sold like property. neo-Europes Term for colonies in which colonist sought to replicate, or at least approximate, economies and social structures they knew at home. encomienda A grant of Indian labor in Spanish […]

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AP World History Vocab Chapter 7 – Mesoamerica

Aleutian Islands Land bridge made of islands from Russia to Alaska. Allowed humans to migrate to the Americas. Olmec Civilization One of the first Mesoamerica civilizations created around 1500 BCE. Known are the \”Rubber People\” Used slash and burn farming and were polytheistic. Built big stone heads. Cacao used from the cocao tree and are […]

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History of Photography

camera obscura a darkened enclosure in which images of outside objects are projected through a small aperture or lens onto a facing surface camera lucida an optical device consisting of an attachment that enables an observer to view simultaneously the image and a drawing surface for sketching it phantasmagoria Illuminated by the Argand Oil Lamp, […]

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Sociology Exam 1: Chapters 1-4

Durkheim referred to patterns of behavior that characterize a social group as ________. A) a social profile B) stereotyping C) social integration D) social facts social facts What distinction did sociologist Frances Perkins hold in American history? A) She was the first woman president of the American Sociological Association. B) She won a Nobel Prize […]

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film and culture vocab: 8-11

editing The process by which the editor combines and coordinates individual shots into a cinematic whole; the basic creative force of cinema. flashback A device for presenting or reawakening the memory of the camera, a character, the audience—or all three—in which the action cuts from the narrative present to a past event, which may or […]

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Epidemeology Chapter 1

epidemic the occurrence in a community or region of cases of an illness, specific health related behavior, or other health related events clearly in excess of normal expectancy pandemic an epidemic occurring worldwide, or over a very wide area epidemiology is concerned with the distribution and determinants of diseases, morbidity, injuries, disability, and mortality in […]

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Abeka 6th Grade History Test 14

The Fourth largest continent South America South America is located mostly in this zone The Torrid Zone South America’s largest lake Lake Maracaibo The world’s highest navigable lake Lake Titicaca One of the driest regions in the world The Atacama desert The largest South American River The Amazon The world’s largest tropical rain forest is […]

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Analyze the Humanities Chapter 3 Essay

During the Hellenic Age, a dominant feature of Greek society was Instability within each polis One of the ideals the Greeks strived for was a Balance or moderation in life To the Greeks, which two gods manifested the extremes of moderation and excess Apollo and Dionysus In a famous speech, Picles boasted that Athens Was […]

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Alex’s AP World History Flash Cards

A.D./C.E. A.D. (Anno Domini): in the Christian era; used before dates after the supposed year Christ was born C.E. (Current Era): the time period beginning with the supposed year of Christ’s birth Absolutism The belief in absolute principles in political, ethical, or theological matters Agriculture The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth’s surface […]

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Environmental Science Mid-term exam review

1. Which one of the following is not a major factor determining the natural distribution of giant pandas on Earth? a. The evolutionary history of giant pandas b. The distribution and abundance of bamboo in China c. The type and abundance of giant panda parasites d. The success rates of giant panda captive breeding programs […]

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AP World History Chap 6 – Rome

Pax Romana The \”Roman Peace,\” that is, the state of comparative concord prevailing within the boundaries of the Roman Empire from the reign of Augustus (27 BCE – 14 CE) to that of Marcus Aurelius (161 – 180 CE), enforced by Roman rule and military control. Republic A state that is not ruled by a […]

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Social Problems #2

Moderates Antiabortionist who forward emails to their friends, run newspaper ads, and post blogs are known as _________. C. Wright Mills Who developed the concept of the sociological imagination? First The emergence of leaders occurs during which stage in the natural history of social problems? Second Crafting an official response occurs during which stage in […]

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Gov 21

Which is the most accurate descrition minority groupd historically have been treated in the us? W reluctance to accept their equality In regard to the issue of equality, the constitution states that No person can b denied equal protection of the laws A person can become a citizen of the us by all the following […]

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Am Gov executive branch

Political asylum Safe haven for those persecuted in their home country Foreign aid Economic and military aid to other countries Regional security alliances Built on mutual defense treaties The UN security council Bears the UNs major responsibility for maintaining international peace Foreign policy All of the things we do in relation to other countries What […]

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History of Western Music II (LAHN-212) Quiz 1

Cyclic A multi-movement composition that shares material between the movements. Program Music music that reflects more than purely the music itself. Song Cycles groups of songs that were related to one another in a narrative fashion, or more freely by sharing a mood or emotion. Idée Fixe Berlioz—theme, or melody associated with a character / […]

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